Bethesda has reiterated that it still plans on bringing DLC to the PlayStation 3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Xbox 360 and PC owners have been enjoying post-launch goodies for the acclaimed fantasy RPG since summer, starting with the Vampire-centric Dawnguard.
However, PS3 gamers have been left in the dark due to various issues Bethesda has endured while developing the content for Sony’s flagship console.
Writing on Twitter, company mouthpiece Pete Hines stated, “Yes. We continue to work on it,” adding: “And the content will be coming to PS3. Will give details when I have them.”
He went on to say that he understands consumer’s frustration with the delay, though pointed out he was unable to offer any more info on the topic “until a few more thing [sic] become clearer on our end.”
The latest batch of DLC for Skyrim, titled Dragonborn, will be released for Xbox 360 on December 4.